More than a million people are injured or made ill by their work each year and lower earning workers are more affected, according to a study.
Companies that have cut or cancelled dividends include Royal Dutch Shell, Lloyds Bank, Barclays, and Rolls Royce.
The latest slew of job losses comes months after the retailer announced plans to shut all 531 of its standalone Carphone Warehouse mobile phone stores in the UK.
The government is urging tradespeople to sign up to government-backed accreditation to be able to provide their services as part of the new £2bn Green Homes grant.
Borrowing and lending money between friends and family has fallen sharply in the past year, dropping even further following the coronavirus lockdown.
Consumers who see their scores damaged during the economic fallout of COVID-19 could still find borrowing more expensive years after the crisis passes.
Wetherspoons said a selection of meals will be available at its pubs across the UK at a lower price than buying from most supermarkets.
Businesses anticipate reducing their office footprint over the next two years as people move to home working post-COVID-19.
For the first time since February, It is more likely than not that the UK and European Union will sign a trade deal in 2020, prediction-market data suggests.
Female employees have been told by bosses to dress “sexier” and wear make-up for video calls while working from home due to the coronavirus crisis, a new study suggests.
Nurses in the UK are feeling left out and excluded from the government’s public sector pay rise announcement for nearly 900,000 public sector workers.